Right-to-Try Bill Passes CongressCongress passed legislation that could give terminally ill patients a way to independently seek drugs that are still experimental and not fully approved.
Bailout Of Detroit Schools Moves Forward In LegislatureLegislators have 28 days to strike a deal before emergency aid previously approved for the district will run out.
House OKs Repeal Of Inadvertent Auto Insurance Tax Credit"This is the biggest and worst example of corporate welfare I have ever seen," said House Appropriations Committee Chairman Al Pscholka.
Michigan House May Vote On $617 Million For Detroit SchoolsThe bills would retire the district's enormous $467 million operating debt over time and provide $150 million to transition to a new district in July.
Michigan Bills Expand Use Of Driverless Cars Beyond Testing"We're working with the industry and MDOT so that once these vehicles are on the road you can rest assured that they are safe," said the lead sponsor, Republican Sen. Mike Kowall.
Bill Passed By Michigan Senate Would Make Coerced Abortion A CrimeThe penalty would be doubled if the accused is the father of the embryo or fetus.
Senator Sponsors Bill Contrary To State Guidelines Regarding Transgender Kids And BathroomsA Michigan senator has introduced legislation that could stop transgender students from using bathrooms that don't match their "biological sex."
Firing State Employees Would Be Easier Under New BillsRepublican House Speaker Kevin Cotter was quick to say that the legislation isn't a reaction to the lead-tainted water crisis in Flint.
Michigan Senate Approves Bills To Thwart Meth ManufacturingThe legislation now awaits Gov. Snyder's signature.
After Flint, Lawmakers Study $165M For Other InfrastructureKey legislators are receptive to the concept of the new fund but say details must be hashed out, including how much to spend initially and how to spend it.
Bill To Let More Foreigners Drive In Michigan Cruises AheadIt could get easier for some people from other countries to drive in Michigan during short visits.
Detroit Students' Education Takes Back Seat In Funding TalksDetroit is among the poorest districts in the country, and it shows in test results; the district ranks among the worst in the nation in standardized test scores.
House OK's Plan To Send Frail Prisoners To Nursing HomesAbout 120 frail prisoners a year would be released to live in a nursing home under a plan approved by the Michigan House late Wednesday.
Bills To Raise Adult Criminal Age To 18 Advance In MichiganAs current Michigan law stands, 17-year-olds are automatically prosecuted, sentenced and locked up as adults if they commit a crime.
House OKs Bill To Treat 17-Year-Olds As Juvenile OffendersBills advancing in Michigan's Legislature would stop automatically treating 17-year-old criminal offenders as adults and instead put them in the juvenile justice system.